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You got to know your WHY!

This is a workshop to help you to focus where you are today and how you got here. We will talk about what is at stake, what moves you, and what blocks you.


Get clarity of what your life’s purpose or mission, values, principles or personal beliefs are.

Are you satisfied? Why or why not?


This is a 3-hour experiential workshop with a lot of movements, conversation, self-reflection, feedback and acknowledgment. There is also music, meditation and worksheets to identify your “here” and the truth of your present.

At Avant-garde we keep the workshop deliberately small because we want to get to know you. Like, for real.


Your choice of available Toronto workshop dates:

April 18- 9:30am-12:30pm

April 18 – 2:00pm-5:00pm


All sessions are held at: Intuitive Centre, 796 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto M4G 2L1


Gain insight to your Courage, Vulnerability and Truth towards your life’s possibilities.

 

Hope you will join us so we can hear your side of the story.

The Power of Permission

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“The power of permission.” This is what resonated to me most that I want to share with you today. While I was attending my Co-active Coaching Program, rather than just learning the skills, I felt more growth because of the revelations I experienced. It was so powerful that I was in tears while driving home.

So what is this power of permission?

All my life I felt I did not allow myself or should I say I did not permit myself to say and be the “truth.” Why? Because of fear. Fear from finding the truth about me that its scary enough that I will not like on what I am going hear or know about that of myself. Fear of failing. Fear that I am not lovable.

Writing and internalizing this now, it helped me realize that it is ok to be fearful. Giving myself permission to even recognize that helped me to be powerful. It was the power of permission allowed me to be just authentic — not for other people but for “me.”

Giving myself permission to say “I don’t know” without feeling the guilt that I really don’t know the answer – and that’s ok. This perspective gave me permission about embracing fear as an opportunity for new learning.

Giving myself permission to “live in the moment” and allowing to find joy in that simple act. This circumstance gave me permission to love myself, and that’s ok because I’m just filling my cup of love so  I can authentically love others, my work, my dreams and my purpose in life.

So, this powerful “power of permission” has brought me a sense of peace — and that’s ok.

Note: Photo in courtesy of Leonie with permission.